A new way of life!

A few months ago I decided that I was going to change my lifestyle. I was sick of feeling sluggish and squishy (LOL my way of saying out of shape). I quit making excuses and got my butt off the couch and to the gym. That was in November of 2015. Since then, I have... Continue Reading →

Glacier National Park: Exploration 2015

This summer I was able to hike the Rocky Mountains and explore Glacier National Park. It was extremely fun! Instead of boring you with stories of all the cool things I saw, check out these pictures!                        

Theory Application

Leadership Theory: Servant Leadership What is Servant Leadership: “When leaders place the good of followers over their own self interests and emphasize follower development” (Hale & Fields, 2007).  Servant Leadership is classified by 10 characteristics, 3 antecedent conditions, and 7 behaviors. Characteristics Listening- Communicate by listening first, validate followers perspectives Empathy- putting yourself in their... Continue Reading →

Year in Review

I can't believe that my Freshman year of college is over. It seems like just yesterday I was wondering around campus not knowing where I was going looking like a typical Freshman. On move in day I never would have thought that I would become the person I am today. Like many teenagers I thought... Continue Reading →

Diabetes Alert Day

  Yesterday was Diabetes Alert Day. Diabetes affects millions of people world wide and it also the 7th leading cause of death in America. 1 in 11 people will be diagnosed with Diabetes in their lifetime. Joining the movement to support diabetes awareness is something I am passionate about. I am also part of Alpha... Continue Reading →

Endurance: Shackleton’s Incrediable Voyage

Endurance by Alfred Lansing is the story of the Trans-Antarctic Expedition in the early 1900’s. Alfred Lansing was an American Journalist and writer. Although this book does not directly discuss different concepts or approaches to leadership, a great deal of different leadership styles are used throughout this novel. The reason for choosing this novel was... Continue Reading →

1000 to 1: Cory Weissman

Cory Weissman is an inspiration to many and is also someone who gained my respect. Weissman was one of the main players on his high school basketball team by finishing high school with 1000 career points.In 2009, Cory, a freshman who wen on to play basketball on the Gettysburg College basketball team had a stoke leaving the entire left... Continue Reading →

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